Tromner reflex

Tröm·ner re·flex

(trērm'nĕr),
a modified Rossolimo reflex in which, with the fingers of the patient partially flexed, the tapping of the volar aspect of the tip of the middle or index finger causes flexion of all four fingers and thumb; seen in pyramidal tract lesions with moderate spasticity.
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Tröm·ner re·flex

(trĕrm'ner rē'fleks)
A modified Rossolimo reflex in which, with the fingers of the patient partially flexed, the tapping of the volar aspect of the tip of the middle or index finger causes flexion of all four fingers and thumb; seen in pyramidal tract lesions with moderate spasticity.
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Trömner,

Ernest L.O., German neurologist, 1868-1949.
Trömner reflex - a modified Rossolimo reflex, seen in pyramidal tract lesions, with moderate spasticity.
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